Missions:

Reformed Faith and Life ~ Armenia

This ministry focuses on using radio, television, CDs and literature to present God’s Word from a distinctly Reformed perspective.  It is the goal of this Armenian language outreach to lead the Armenian people to a saving knowledge of Christ and promote a biblical worldview. This ministry also focuses on translating reformed books of many kinds into the Armenian language and distributing them to pastors, churches, seminaries and lay people for enrichment in the Reformed Faith.

Mailing Address: PO Box 8208 Kentwood, MI 49508
Email: info@christiansforarmenia.org
Website: www.christiansforarmenia.org

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David & Mary Meengs ~ Biblical Counseling Worldwide

David and Mary Meengs began their work as missionaries to India in January of 1998. Now Myanmar and the Philippines have been added in a limited way. As of February of 2015, David is an assistant chaplain, teaching three days a week at the jail. Mary and David are rewriting many of the books that they have written and are sending them out daily.

Mailing Address: Biblical Counseling Worldwide, PO Box 547, Caledonia MI 49316
Email: davidmeengs@hotmail.com
Phone Number: (616) 698-6918

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Rev. Neal Hegeman ~ Miami International Seminary (MINTS)

Neil and Sandy Hegeman minister with MINTS International Seminary. Neil spends about 120 days a year traveling throughout South and Central America teaching seminary courses. He also writes courses and edits Bible commentaries written by MINTS master and doctoral students. He teaches MINTS courses in the prisons in Florida and has a homeless ministry in Miami. Sandy teaches grade six English at Westminster Christian School.

Mailing Address: 14860 149th Street SW Miami, FL 33196
Email: hegjkm@aol.com
Website: www.mints.edu

Other Contacts:
Trinity Reformed Church: 2220 Hancock Bridge Parkway Cape Coral, FL 33990
Covenant Reformed Church: 265 Albion Road Etobicoke, ON M9W 3P1 Canada
Ministries in Action: PO Box 571357 Miami, FL 33257 (Designate “Neal Hegeman’s Work)

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Rev. Paul Murphy ~ Messiah’s Reformed Fellowship New York, USA

Rev. Paul and Julie Murphy, along with their children, Shannon, Joel, Joshua, Peter, and Abigail, moved to New York City after 9/11 when he was called to plant a church in Manhattan, near ground zero. The church, Messiah Reformed Fellowship, is now organized and continues to grow, and has planted a daughter church in Jersey City. Rev Murphy also teaches a Bible study on Wall Street and is a chaplain at the hospital.

Mailing Address: 2064 East 67th Street Brooklyn, NY 11234
Email: pastormurphy@mac.com
Website: merfnyc.org

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Carlos & Becki Pinto ~ Ecuador

Carlos and Rebecca serve on loan to Reach Beyond, formerly called HCJB Global, in Quito, Ecuador. Carlos directs Reach Beyond’s missionary training center (Corrientes), which focuses on training Latin American bi-vocational cross-cultural missionaries. He also provides pastoral and family counseling through live radio programs and to listeners who come to the radio station seeking counseling. Rebecca facilitates a group for Ecuadorian doctors, nurses, and other professionals who are interested in missions and individually mentors some of them. She also helps set up effective individualized internships for Latin American missionary candidates and coordinates mentoring. Additionally, they are involved in mentoring tribal missionary associations in Ecuador, Peru, and Brazil.

Mailing Address: 107 North President Street Wheaton, IL 60187
Email: cpinto@reachbeyond.org | rpinto@reachbeyond.org
Ecuador Address: HCJB-Casilla 1717 691 Quito, Ecuador

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Rev. Tony Zekveld ~ Toronto, Canada

The Zekvelds have been serving the South Asians in the Greater Toronto Area since 1995. They were called and sent by the Covenant Christian Church [URC], Wyoming, Ontario and are thankful to the Lord for raising a fellowship of believers among the South Asians. The fellowship, which meets at the premises of the Hope Centre, is called Hope Congregation. In 2013, the Hope Academy, a Christian mission school, opened its doors to children from all religious backgrounds and now works closely with the Hope Centre. The Hope Academy is run by an independent board of Christians from United Reformed and Canadian Reformed churches.

Mailing Address: 72 Stevenson Road Etobicoke, ON M9V 3J5 Canada
Email: tzekveld@accglobal.net

Phone Number: (416) 740-0543
Website: www.hope-centre.ca
Lord’s Day Worship:
Old Ebenezer Chapel: 12:30 PM and 2:00 PM
8999 the Gore Road,Brampton, Ontario L6P 2P7

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Rev. Nathan Brummel ~ Indiana, USA

Rev. Nathan Brummel is the administrator and Professor of Systematic Theology and New Testament at Divine Hope Reformed Bible Seminary, a dedicated prison seminary that provides theological and biblical instruction within Illinois and Indiana prisons. He teaches Greek, Greek Exegesis, Homiletics, and Systematic Theology. The goal of the seminary is to empower residents of correctional institutions to be witnesses to the sovereign grace of God and to live transformed lives as they are sanctified by the truth.

Mailing Address: 3294 Nelson Lane Wheatfield, IN 46392
Email: divinehopedanville@yahoo.com
Phone Number: (616) 822-2397
Website: www.divinehope.net

Other Contacts:
Divine Hope Reformed Bible Seminary: 831 Azalea SE, P.O. Box 638 DeMotte, IN 46310

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Norlan DeGroot ~ Iowa, USA

Norlan DeGroot, with the support of his family, works with Miami International Seminary (MINTS) as English Communications Coordinator. He helps missionaries by editing and promoting their work. Norlan also writes and teaches some MINTS courses. The DeGroot family lives in Orange City, Iowa, and are under the oversight of Redeemer URC.

Mailing Address: 240 10th Street SE Sioux Center, IA 51250
Email: norlandegroot.mints@gmail.com
Phone Number: (712) 545-0285 | (712) 441-7112

Other Contacts:
Redeemer URC: 302 St. Paul Ave. SE Orange City, IA 51041

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Rev. Brian Zegers ~ Toronto, Canada

Rev. Brian and Karen Zeger and their daughters, Keziah, Kiana, and Maelle, are from Bowmanville, Ontario. After graduating from Mid-America Reformed Seminary, he was called by his home church, Salem URC, to serve as a missionary to the Muslims in the Greater Toronto area. He was ordained in July of 2014 and is filling the vacant pulpit at Salem URC until he begins his full-time missionary work in July of 2015.

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